Joe Buck In Nature  

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All about the rings!

Here's the gallery to my all-time favorite things...tree-rings!

I love sharing these high-res images of the insides of trees.

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Mental Health Matters

If you are struggling, know someone who is, or just want to educate yourself, I've packed in some good resource links here.

Camp Fire at Night

Meet new friends :)

Life is so much better with friends. These Fireside Chats are a great way to get to know some of my favorite people on the planet!

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Land & Trees Consulting

Dedicated to scientific tree-ring dating of barns, historic buildings, & heritage trees; land-use management consultation & more.


Dendro Resources!

Great resources and connections to help you on your research & professional quests. Software, equipment, tutorials & more!

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Website Design

Effective Websites

I design effective, well-liked custom websites for clients. I can get your brand/business online quickly at a reasonable cost!

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Tree-ring images with descriptions can be viewed on Instagram

This species is at the crux of my work. Not only is post oak my go-to for dendrochronology work & research, it is also an enormous sense of inspiration and comfort to me. Post oaks are extremely resilient trees, often growing through hot summers and cold winters with long droughts during both. If I could be a tree, this would be me. I have learned to value my resilience and allow myself to be both vulnerable and strong, working hard when I can and resting when I need. Sometimes we land in rocky soils, sometimes in rich bottomland. Regardless, there's a tree for us all. This is mine :)